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Annual Assessment of North Cascades Glaciers Finds Shocking Loss of Volume
Annual Assessment of North Cascades Glaciers Finds Shocking Loss of Volume
by Mauri Pelto
The summer of 2019 found the North Cascade Glacier Climate Project in the field for the 36th consecutive summer…
Breakdown In Coral Reef Iconic Spawning Puts Species At Risk Of Extinction
Breakdown In Coral Reef Iconic Spawning Puts Species At Risk Of Extinction
by Heidi Burdett
Breakdown In Coral Reef Iconic Spawning Puts Species At Risk Of Extinction
How Climate Change Is Driving Emigration From Central America
How Climate Change Is Driving Emigration From Central America
by Miranda Cady Hallett
Clouds of dust rose behind the wheels of the pickup truck as we hurtled over the back road in Palo Verde, El Salvador.
Star Wars: The Evolution Of The Death Star Reflects Hollywood's Growing Fears Of A Climate Apocalypse
Star Wars: The Evolution Of The Death Star Reflects Hollywood's Growing Fears Of A Climate Apocalypse
by Toby Neilson
Science fiction films are rarely about the future. Their distant planets and remote time periods instead seem to…
The Amazon Fire Crisis Has Been 500 Years In The Making – As Brazil's Indigenous People Know Only Too Well
The Amazon Fire Crisis Has Been 500 Years In The Making – As Brazil's Indigenous People Know Only Too Well
by Darren Reid
São Paulo – the largest city in the Americas – was recently plunged into darkness in the middle of the day due to smoke…
Recent Australian Droughts May Be The Worst In 800 Years
Recent Australian Droughts May Be The Worst In 800 Years
by Mandy Freund, et al
Australia is a continent defined by extremes, and recent decades have seen some extraordinary climate events.
Ancient Plankton Hint At Climate To Come
Ancient Plankton Hint At Climate To Come
by U. Arizona
The Pliocene, a geological epoch between two and five million years ago with CO2 levels similar to today, is a good…
What Is The Future Of Climate Change?
by Simon Donner
You would think with all the chatter going on about climate that we’d all have a good understanding on the elements of…

LATEST ARTICLES

Moderate Forest Damage Raises Local Temperature
Moderate Forest Damage Raises Local Temperature
by Tim Radford
Trees cool the world. They also cool themselves. Even moderate forest damage makes local temperatures soar.
The Amazon's Tallest Tree Just Got 50% Taller – And Scientists Don't Know How
The Amazon's Tallest Tree Just Got 50% Taller – and Scientists Don't Know How
by Tobias Jackson and Sami Rifai
Sometimes even the largest natural wonders can remain hidden from human view for centuries.
Australia Has Met Its Renewable Energy Target. But Don’t Pop The Champagne
Australia Has Met Its Renewable Energy Target. But Don’t Pop The Champagne
by Dylan McConnell
A wind farm project in Tasmania this week helped Australia reach something of a milestone, nudging it over the line to…
Why Electric Scooters Aren’t The Greenest Way To Get Around
Why Electric Scooters Aren’t The Greenest Way To Get Around
by Matt Shipman
Shared electric scooters, or e-scooters, may be greener than most cars, but they can be less green than several other…
South Africa: A New Narrative Could Tackle Anti-migrant Crisis
South Africa: A New Narrative Could Tackle Anti-migrant Crisis
by Cuthbeth Tagwirei
African migrants have once again been targeted for looting, violence and displacement in South Africa.
Annual Assessment of North Cascades Glaciers Finds Shocking Loss of Volume
Annual Assessment of North Cascades Glaciers Finds Shocking Loss of Volume
by Mauri Pelto
The summer of 2019 found the North Cascade Glacier Climate Project in the field for the 36th consecutive summer…
To Save Honey Bees We Need To Design Them New Hives
To Save Honey Bees We Need To Design Them New Hives
by Derek Mitchell
Honey bees are under extreme pressure. The number of honey bee colonies in the US has been declining at an average rate…
A Globalised Solar-powered Future Is Wholly Unrealistic – And Our Economy Is The Reason Why
A Globalised Solar-powered Future Is Wholly Unrealistic – And Our Economy Is The Reason Why
by Alf Hornborg
Over the past two centuries, millions of dedicated people – revolutionaries, activists, politicians, and theorists –…